List of Oingo Boingo Members - Members of The Mystic Knights of The Oingo Boingo

Members of The Mystic Knights of The Oingo Boingo

This is a list of members that were only in The Mystic Knights of the Oingo Boingo.

Name Years Credits Additional Info
Richard Elfman 1972–1976 Founder, director, percussion Note that pretty much everyone played percussion
Marie-Pascale Elfman 1972–? Vocals Richard Elfman's wife. She appeared with the band less and less after her husband left
Gene Cunningham 1972–? ? Aka Ugh-Fudge Bwana or Ugh Fudge Bwana
Matthew Bright ?–? Bass Aka Toshiro Boloney
Billy Superball 1972–1975, 1976–1978 Trumpet, Upright & Fender Bass Aka William Folwell. Appears in the Bill Murray movie Loose Shoes
Josh Gordon 1973–1975 Trumpet, sousaphone, banjar, guitar
Jon Gold 1973–1976 Guitar, multi-instrumentalist
Jan Munroe ?–? Sword swallower, slack-rope walker, fire breather
William Winant 1972–1975 Percussion Toured with Oingo Boingo; has performed and recorded with Mr. Bungle, John Zorn, Secret Chiefs 3, and Sonic Youth
Ernie Fosselius ?–? Wind Instruments Wrote "Hipsters On Parade"
Stan Ayeroff 1972–1975 Jazz guitar
Miriam Cutler 1976–1979 Clarinet, vocals Her website
Brad Kay 1974–1977 Keyboards
Todd Manley ?–? Percussion
Lori Mann ?–? Accordion
Musti Faun ?–? ?
Gisele Lindley ?–? ? Played "Princess" in "Forbidden Zone"
Joe Berland ?–? Keyboardist Math teacher at Newbridge in Los Angeles

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